Super Bowl 54 will take place on February 2, 2020 in Miami, FL at Hard Rock Stadium. It will be the first time Miami has hosted the Super Bowl since 2010 and the eleventh Super Bowl in the city of Miami. It will be the sixth Super Bowl held at Hard Rock Stadium, but the first since the stadium received over $500 million in renovations, making it the perfect environment for what is sure to be Miami’s best Super Bowl yet.
Things to do in Miami before the Super Bowl
There’s more to Super Bowl weekend than just the big game. While Super Bowl Sunday is the main attraction, Miami will also be hosting some of the biggest parties of the year during Super Bowl weekend.
Super Bowl parties are known for hosting some of music’s hottest acts as well as celebrities in town for the big game. One of the biggest Super Bowl Parties is the Official NFL Tailgate. Arguably one of the best Super Bowl pre-game experiences, the official NFL Tailgate party involves both active and former NFL players and other celebrities gathering to enjoy premium dining and open bars with Super Bowl fans.
View the full 2020 Super Bowl weekend parties schedule below and view the full calendar of Miami events here.
2020 Super Bowl Parties Schedule
Friday: Shaq’s Fun House
Sunday: Official NFL tailgate
Frequently Asked Super Bowl Questions:
How much are Super Bowl tickets?
The average Super Bowl ticket price dipped the first week in January, down to under $5400 each, but has since rebounded. The current average ticket price for the Super Bowl over the last week is just over $7000 ($7,001.09), an increase over over 25%. (As of 1/17/20)
Super Bowl ticket prices fluctuate frequently depending on the current demand for tickets, and the average ticket price tends to reach its highest after the teams have been determined.
When is the best time to buy Super Bowl tickets?
The best time to buy Super Bowl tickets is as early as possible, as prices tend to increase when the teams are determined. Prices tend to keep increasing during the end of the season and throughout the NFL playoffs, and they reach their highest after the final two teams have been determined. Super Bowl ticket prices have been known to lower in the week leading up to the game, however this is not guaranteed, so it is recommended you purchase tickets as early in the season as possible.
Super Bowl Seating Guide – What is Zone Seating?
Almost all Super Bowl tickets that are sold are sold as zone seating – meaning you know which area of the stadium you’ll be in when you purchase tickets, but not the specific section or row. This is a normal practice among ticket brokers, as most are given a section when they purchase tickets, but do not receive confirmation of what section and row the tickets are in until the week of the game. While it can be frustrating as a fan not knowing where exactly you’ll be sitting at the Super Bowl, zone seating Super Bowl tickets are typically cheaper and are still backed by TicketCity’s guarantee.
Who is the halftime performer for the 2020 Super Bowl?
The 2020 Super Bowl in Miami will feature two headliners, Jennifer Lopez and Shakira. Like all Super Bowl halftime performances, you can expect more surprise performers to appear alongside the headliners.
Super Bowl at Hard Rock Stadium
Super Bowl Seating Guide
Hard Rock Stadium has three main levels of seating: lower 100 level, middle 200 level, and upper 300 level. The best seats at Hard Rock Stadium will be the lower level sections along the sidelines, while the cheapest Super Bowl tickets will be in the upper levels along the endzones.
The seating at Hard Rock Stadium is, for the most part, very straightforward. The majority of sections start with row 1 as the lowest row closest to the field. In the lower 100 level, the rows are numbed 1-40, with row 1 being the closest to the field. In the 200 level seats, most rows are numbed 1-10. There are a few exceptions: In sections 245-247 row 8 is the front row of the section. In section 251 row 4 is the front row of the section, and in row 241 row 6 is the front row of the section. Some corner sections, such as 340 and 355 only go up to 14 rows.
Hard Rock Stadium recently went through multi-million renovations, where one of the projects was to reduce the capacity of the stadium, meaning it’s hard to find a bad seat in the stadium.
Super Bowl Parking
While parking is plentiful at Hard Rock Stadium, Super Bowl parking is in high demand as people not attending the game like to park in the area to attend parties and tailgates. It is highly recommended that you purchase a Super Bowl parking pass in advance.
Super Bowl Ticket Packages
TicketCity provides tickets and packages for events. Let us know if we help customize a Super Bowl package for you that includes Super Bowl tickets and Super Bowl hotel accommodations. We can provide ground transportation and tickets to other top Miami concerts while you are in-town.
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